Some people in L.A., where restaurant letter grades have existed for some time, apparently seek out eateries with a B or C grade, as that usually means great, authentic ethnic food.
[NY Daily News]
Just as Taco Bell launches its new Carnitos Tacos, the chain is being linked to two multi-state outbreaks of salmonella infections.
Restaurateur Gianfranco Sorrentino has rented the Café des Artistes space, and says the name and menu will change to reflect a southern Italian focus.
[Wall Street Journal]
In light of the Cheez Doodle’s inventor’s death, a brief history of junk food, from Tootsie Rolls, which launched in 1905, to 7-Eleven’s Big Gulp, introduced in 1976.
A new Food Network show hopes to give food trucks the Jersey Shore treatment, as it follows seven food trucks on a road trip from Los Angeles to New York.
Only seven people on earth know the secret to Thomas’ English Muffins’ trademark nooks and crannies, and the company is going to court to protect that secret.